Friday, July 30, 2010

Roger Beachy director of National Institute of Food and Agriculture

July 30, 2010
Agricultural science suffers from a "culture of neglect," said Roger Beachy, director of the National Institute of Food andAgriculture at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. "Because we do not feel the hunger that gnaws at nearly a billion of the world’s citizens and because the few American farmers that feed America and much of the world are often out of sight and out of mind of urbanites," he said, "we have become complacent in the support and advocacy for agriculture research." As head of the federal government’s primary funder of agricultural research, Beachy said he is determined not "topreside over a flat budget and a research paradigm more suited to the 19th century than the 21st century." Click for the complete article in the Securities Industry News. Edited by Edward W. Lempinen AAAS News and Notes. Science July 30, 2010 Vol. 329. no 5991, p 527 DOl: 10.1126/science.329.5991.527 Association Affairs

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Brandon Beachy headed to Triple A Gwinnett

Beachy has been nearly unstoppable since the Mississippi Braves moved him into the starting rotation in late June. His strongest performance coming on July 15 when he struck out 13 of 19 batters in a game against Huntsville. He currently as an ERA 1.47 with 100 strikeouts on the season. Since moving to the starting rotation Beachy is 3-1 in six starts. Click for article Posted: Friday, July 23, 2010.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Brandon Beachy Atlanta Braves

Brandon Beachy had his first trouble as a starter and I wouldn't even consider it a bad start other than he didn't go more than 5 innings. I think, more importantly, is that he is throwing about 100 pitches a start each time out right now which means he just needs to manage his pitches better. He is striking out so many guys that it is running his pitch count up a bit. Click for more by yondaime4 July 21, 2010 12:28 AM EDT in Minor League Recaps

Spencer Beachy

Aurora Oregon; Hitting turned out to be contagious on Tuesday night at North Marion High School.
Facing an 8-3 deficit in the bottom of the sixth inning, North Marion’s Adam Hayden and Spencer BEACHY ignited a rally that put the Huskies on top 16-8. Hayden, who had a double earlier in the game, kicked off the scoring with an RBI single that cut the Royals’ lead down to four. BEACHY drilled a pair of doubles in the inning and racked up five RBIs. More here by Garrett Rudolph in the Woodburn Independent, published 7/20/2010 9:42:56 AM.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Justin Beachy Kearney NE

Justin Beachy of Kearney brought his wife, Tori, and children, Dillon and Kiera, and to see the cars. His interest extends from basic appreciation to getting his hands dirty. “I have a ’69 Mustang I’ve been working on for about eight years,” Beachy said. “I also have a ’74 Ford pickup that’s slowly coming along.” Neither of his projects are ready for display. Beachy said he enjoys the entire process of restoring a vehicle “from taking it from the weeds, to tearing it completely down, to building it to make it your own.” He said he enjoys remaking classic cars by adding new technology to make the car something special. Click for the article in the Keaney Hub by staff writer Rick Brown. Article includes pictures,

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Brandon Beachy On The Hill

Perspective photo / Courtesy of Jennifer Smith Kokomo's Brandon Beachy pitched one inning ...Beachy entered the game in the third inning with the South All-Stars down 2-0. He struck out two batters and did not allow a hit or a run. He was relieved the next inning. Click for more in the Kokomo Prespective.

Dr. Phillip Beachy Stanford University School of Medicine.

A form of arsenic-the notorious poison-could be useful in treating a variety of cancers, according to a study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. "Many pharmaceutical companies are developing anticancer drugs to inhibit the Hedgehog pathway," said Dr. Philip Beachy, senior author of the study.
The study is published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (ANI) Click for the complete article Sify 2010-07-13 05:30:00 This site has posted links to articles about Dr. Phillip's research over the years. One of the articles was about the one eyed lambs that were born in Idaho and a possible link to cure certain types of cancer. Search the archives to see more about Dr. Phillip Beachy

Thursday, July 08, 2010

Matt Beachy Millersburg

SUGARCREEK -- Around 125 contestants braved the scorching heat Saturday at the S Bar L Rodeo.
Team Roping: Philip Mullet of Sugarcreek and MATT BEACHY of Millersburg, $296 per man; Click for details in Coshocton Tribune July 7, 2010

Sunday, July 04, 2010

A Few Oregon Beachys' at Air Museum in McMinnville

Note and picture from Floyd Beachy of Creswell Oregon July 3, 2010.
"Just a note that the "Reunion" went well today. We all had a good time. Our grandkids had a blast riding the plane themed merry go round ride in the space museum as well as being overwhelmed with the number of planes, satellites and other objects that fly in the sky and beyond."
"We met, had lunch and visited for some time before attempting to tour the museums."
Photo left to right. Front row, Bonnie Berry Beachy, (Floyd's mother). Jean & Norman Beachy, (Floyd's uncle) and 2nd cousin Howard Beachy.
Back row is Floyd & Cheryl's family: Chere and Cadance, Jay (Chere's friend) Jewel and Cheryl, and of course myself (Floyd) with Cameron on shoulder. Thanks Floyd for the picture and news of the day.I missed being there.
Posted by Glen A. Beachy, Beachy Echoes Editor July 4, 2010.

Pat Beachy - Ideas Unlimited Award

The National Association of Agricultural Educators has selected Linganore High School teacher PAT BEACHY as the 2010 Maryland winner of the Ideas Unlimited Award. Beachy has been teaching agricultural science classes at Linganore High School for 14 years. She also teaches pre-veterinary, small animal care and large animal science classes. "I love working with kids and teaching," she said. "I love educating the kids and public about agriculture." Click to read more about Pat in the Frederick News Post By Blair Ames news-Post-Staff July 04, 2010

Friday, July 02, 2010

Brandon Beachy in Double A All-Star Game

Kokomo's BRANDON BEACHY will represent the Mississippi Braves in the game.
As for the pitching in the game, the M-Braves offer their best with BEACHY. Originally, a bullpen pitcher, he has recently gone into the starting rotation for the M-Braves. BEACHY has managed a 1.29 ERA through 20 games as a reliever and three games as a starter. In all 55.2 innings pitched, he has struck out 67 batters and maintains a 2-1 win-loss record.
Click for the article in the Kokomo Prespctive, posted July 1, 2010.